Sunday, 27 March 2022

Wildlife Explorer Day at Far Ings Saturday 2nd April 2022

 Hello Wildlife Watch Members

Below are details of a special event which is taking place at the Far Ings Nature Reserve and visitor Centre on Saturday 2nd April and which may be of interest to our members. It sounds like an enjoyable and fun packed event and if you've never had a chance to visit this very special reserve you'll be amazed by the nature and Humber views!

It's a bit of a drive but thoroughly worthwhile.

Best Regards

Keith, for the Wildlife Watch Team


Wildlife Explorer Day at Far Ings

Saturday 2nd April 11am-3pm

Our Wildlife Explorer Day is a special day with the promise of wild discoveries! Join us at the Visitor Centre for free family activities and a trail to follow. We are also launching our new and very exciting Wildlife Explorer Backpacks!

The Wildlife Explorer Backpacks are filled with activity ideas to help families explore the Tadpole Trail at Far Ings. Be one of the first families to hire a backpacks! They are available for families to hire for £5.


No need to book but for more information contact Leanne at

Saturday, 12 March 2022

Watch Meeting Sunday 20th March 2pm Snipe Dales

 Hello Wildlife Watch Members

Our next meeting is: ‘Signs of Spring!’
Date: Sunday 20th March
Time: 2pm
Place: Snipe Dales Nature Reserve PE23 4JB

Reserve Warden James Forrester will lead us on an exploration of this fascinating reserve. We will be keeping a special lookout for signs of Spring, new life and in the natural world around us. There will be opportunities to engage with nature related activities along the way.

Please bring warm waterproof clothing and strong footwear on the day. There is access to toilets and seating areas, but we will be mostly exploring outside areas of the natural environment.

Please note that we will be meeting at the nature reserve car park and not the nearby country park entrance.

This is a free event, but there is a £1.00 charge for the carpark.
Please book in advance by email to by Friday 18th March so we have a good indication of how many are likely to attend.

Note to children: If you have results from ‘The Big Garden Birdwatch’ please bring them along with you so we can share your viewings (we had hoped to do this at our February meeting which was cancelled)

Our Watch Leaders are looking forward to seeing everyone there!
Keith, for the Louth Wildlife Watch Group